Synonyms for erika_sawajiri or Related words with erika_sawajiri

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Examples of "erika_sawajiri"
"Destination Nowhere" is the second single released by Japanese singer Erika Sawajiri under the alias Erika.
"Free" is the first single by Japanese singer Erika Sawajiri under the alias Erika.
Erika Sawajiri was originally scheduled to also star in the film as the female lead character Yuki Mori, but was replaced by Meisa Kuroki.
Masaki Aiba, who is a member of the Japanese idol group "Arashi" played the lead role for the first time in getsuku drama. Kasumi Arimura and Erika Sawajiri also appeared in a supporting role.
Trembling like black-uniformed leaves, they enter enemy territory, where Kosuke encounters a doll-faced, but serious-looking girl (Erika Sawajiri) playing a Korean folk song, "Imjin River," on a flute. He and Yoshio are also nearly lynched by her older brother Lee Ang Son (Sosuke Takaoka) and his gang, but he is already smitten—and eager to learn that haunting tune.
A Japanese TV drama, with the same title "1 Litre no Namida", was aired by Fuji TV in 2005 based on the life of Aya. The main character Aya Ikeuchi, played by Erika Sawajiri, depicts a girl with the same disease as Aya Kitō who goes through many of the same problems.
"Ko·mo·re·bi" is Hitomi Takahashi's 5th single, and was used as the theme song for the movie "Tegami", which features actors Takayuki Yamada, Tetsuji Tamayama, and Erika Sawajiri. This single also found Hitomi once again working with ex-Judy and Mary member TAKUYA.
"Love & Truth" is the tenth single by the Japanese artist Yui. The title song, "Love & Truth", was used for the Japanese movie "Closed Note" starring Erika Sawajiri, who played Yui's counterpart role in the TV drama version of "Taiyō no Uta". The music video was directed by Takahiro Miki.
At hospital Ayuta is talking with his father when a new doctor enters the room and introduces herself as Dr. Haruhi Godo (Manami Konishi). Ayuta immediately recognises her as the beautiful woman from the train. He also learns that she's divorced and an older sister of his long-time girlfriend Natsuki Saito (Erika Sawajiri), who wants to be his bride.
Her tenth single, "Love & Truth" was released on September 26, 2007. The title track is the theme song to the film "Closed Note" (クローズド・ノート) (starring Erika Sawajiri, also of Stardust). During this time, her previous two albums were re-released as Winter Sleeve Editions in alternative covers taken from her "Love & Truth" photoshoot. Her first live concert DVD "Thank You My Teens" was released on November 14, 2007, which contained footage of her second live concert tour.
Recently graduated from high school, 17-year-old Shiro (Yagira Yuya) decides to put off college and work at a gas station instead. Shy and introspective, Shiro understands he is at a turning point of his life, but is unsure of what lies ahead. Though his parents disapprove of his decision, he has the support of his flower child grandmother (Natsuki Mari) who declares that a gas station is a romantic place for life's drifters. Surely enough, soon a new co-worker, college student Noriko (Erika Sawajiri), drifts into Shiro's life. He falls headfirst into a bittersweet first love that ushers him into the world of adulthood.
In September, it was announced that Shishido had switched labels to the newly created Justa Music, a sub-label of Avex Group, and would star in the second series of Erika Sawajiri fashion drama "First Class". Her first release under the label was the song "Don't Be Love" featuring veteran singer-songwriter Kazuyoshi Saito, and will be used as the theme song of the 2015 Fuji Television drama "Isha-tachi no Ren'ai Jijō". This song also serves as the leading track from "K", a special extended play where Shishido collaborated with five different musicians, released in June 2015.
Since her debut as a musician, Shishido has worked as a runway model. She has participated in the Kobe Collection 2012, Tokyo Runway in 2012 and 2013, Laforet Fashion Week 2012, and Fukuoka Asia Collection 2013. Shishido made her acting debut in the live action film adaptation of "Ai Ore!" in 2012. Shishido debuted as a radio personality in 2013, and has radio shows on All Night Nippon and Bay FM. Shishido also became the drummer for the house band on the KinKi Kids' variety show "" in 2013. In 2014 she joined the second season of the Erika Sawajiri drama "First Class", as fashion designer Namie Kawashima.
As the concert was expected to be Led Zeppelin's last, a number of celebrities attended the gig, including Chad Smith, Dave Grohl, BBC Radio 1 DJs Chris Moyles & Fearne Cotton, Brett Hull, Chris Evans, Bob Harris, Ilan Rubin, Paul McCartney, Jeff Beck, Brian May, David Gilmour, Lulu, Oasis brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher, Ann Wilson, Arctic Monkeys, The Edge, Bernard Sumner, Dave Mustaine, Peter Gabriel, John Squire, Mick Jagger, Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, Matt Morgan, Juliette Lewis, James Dean Bradfield, Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Ashcroft, Marilyn Manson, Warren Haynes, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, David Boreanaz, W. Earl Brown, Erika Sawajiri, Jerry Hall, Priscilla Presley, Paris Hilton and Neil Finn.
In September, it was announced that Shishido had switched labels to the newly created Justa Music, a sub-label of Avex Group, and would star in the second series of Erika Sawajiri fashion drama "First Class". Her first release under the label is the song "Don't Be Love" featuring veteran singer-songwriter Kazuyoshi Saito, and will be used as the theme song of the 2015 Fuji Television drama "Isha-tachi no Ren'ai Jijō". This song also serves as the leading track from "K", a special extended play where Shishido will collaborate with five different musicians, released in June 2015.
It was during the eighth month of 2006 that news of a new single surfaced. This single, titled "Ko·mo·re·bi", was officially announced to be Hitomi's 5th single at the end of August, and was used as the theme song for the movie "Tegami", which features actors Takayuki Yamada, Tetsuji Tamayama, and Erika Sawajiri. Similar to her past single, "Ko·mo·re·bi" failed to chart in the Top 30 Weekly Charts, and debuted at #50 for its first week on the charts, only selling about 300 more copies than "Communication". In spite of this, Hitomi was chosen to be one of many artists to take part in the new tribute album for the new Death Note movie.
Song to the Sun, known in Japan as , is a movie directed by Norihiro Koizumi starring the Japanese artist and singer Yui. In the movie, she plays the role of Kaoru Amane (雨音 薫 "Amane Kaoru"), a 16-year-old girl who has the rare skin condition xeroderma pigmentosum (XP), a disease that makes the ultraviolet radiation of sunlight potentially lethal to her. Yui's character is partly based on herself, as she is a singer and guitarist, and she performs three of Yui's songs in the movie; "It's Happy Line", "Good-bye Days" and "Skyline". There has been a 2006 Japanese TV drama starring Takayuki Yamada and Erika Sawajiri, a manga by Bandō Kenji and Minatsuki Tsunami, a 2015 Vietnamese / Japanese drama, and a 2017 American remake, all based on the movie.